HYDERABAD: Stating that technology plays key roles in detecting cases, the Director General of Police M Mahendar Reddy on Thursday directed the Information Technology and Communication wing forces to utilise latest technology in the department for achieving uniform service delivery. A one-day interaction workshop on implementation of police technology for achieving uniform service delivery was held at JNTU campus on Thursday. As many as 868 IT and Communication core team members from all the districts of the State participated in the workshop.
The workshop provided a platform to share best practices adopted by district IT teams. The technical experts of Police Technologies adopted by Telangana Police discussed about the structure and functions of IT cell, CCTNS project and further developments, TSCOP, e-Petty cases, data analytics, finger prints bureau, managing of social media units, e-Challan system, CCTV project, Verifast and verify, roles in Command control centre.
The DGP said that technology plays a vital role in implementation of uniform policing across the State. He emphasised that use of technology in police department would bring in transparency and accountability in addition to transforming the department into a citizen friendly organisation.
“Citizens shall be informed from time to time about inputs and efforts taken up by the department in addressing their petitions. For this, IT team will bridge the gap between officials and citizens. In order to deliver uniform services, IT core teams will implement police technologies qualitatively,’’ he said.